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The Office of Residential Education and Housing is dedicated to providing an environment for students in which the following values are shared and celebrated: dignity, equity, integrity, communication, learning, and personal wellness. In other words—a healthy living environment, where students learn about themselves and one another.
Traditional Residence Halls offer multiple occupancy rooms (doubles, triples and quads) that students share with one, two or three other students. Students living in this type of housing share a community bathroom with several toilet stalls, shower stalls and sinks. Traditional residence halls offer single-gender rooms and are coeducational by floor or section. All first-year students live in traditional residence halls.
Single rooms are located in traditional residence halls. Students living in this type of housing do not have a roommate, but still share a community bathroom with other students. There are a limited number of single rooms available (varies by each residence hall) and most are occupied by upper class students.
Suites have two or more multiple-occupancy bedrooms that share a single bathroom. Some suites also have a common room/space that is shared by suite-mates. Most suites are occupied by juniors and seniors.
Apartments have two or more single and/or multiple-occupancy bedrooms that share a single bathroom and living space/kitchen with a locked entry door. Apartment units are designated as all-male or all-female. Most apartments are occupied by seniors.
Stone Apartments (3 and 5 person) have one or two multiple-occupancy bedrooms that share a single bathroom and living space/kitchen with a locked entry door. Stone apartment units are designated as all-male or all-female. Stone is located on South Quad and is occupied mostly by seniors.
Senior Co-ed Apartments have four private, lockable single bedrooms, two private lockable bathrooms and a shared living space/kitchen with a locked entry door. Four students of any gender (all male, all female or mixed-gender) choose to live together in these apartments. This type of housing is only available to seniors.
The Homestead is a student-run alternative living community with a focus on ecological sustainability. The Homestead is located just north of campus. This type of housing is only available to upper-class students.